Donna Lind Infeld

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Donna Lind Infeld

Emeritus Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration


Office Phone: (202) 994-3960
Fax: (202) 994-6792
805 21st St. NW Washington, DC 20052

Dr. Infeld’s research and publishing has focused on long-term care administration, delivery of hospice care, and quality of life in long-term care settings. She was the editor of The Hospice Journal and has held several offices in the Gerontological Society of America.  During 2007, Dr. Infeld held a Fulbright Scholarship in Beijing leading to several studies of comparative public administration education.  In 2014, she completed a Fulbright Specialist Project in Malaysia and Vietnam where she was consulting and teaching faculty how to teach policy analysis and program evaluation using case studies. 

  • Fitness
  • Reading 
  • Travel

Fulbright Scholar Award to Renmin University of China

Fulbright Specialist Award to Tun Abdul Razak University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and the National Academy of Public Administration, Hanoi, Vietnam

  • Comparative public administration education – emphasis on Asia
  • Aging and long-term care programs and services
  • Trends in public policy research methods 
  • Policy analysis and program evaluation

PPPA 6006     Policy Analysis
PPPA 8191     Dissertation Workshop

Selected Publications

Brainard, L. and D.L. Infeld. The challenges and rewards of service:  Job satisfaction among public affairs program directors. Journal of Public Affairs Education., 23(3) 2017, 811-824.

Kurtzman, E.T., B.S. Barnow, J.E. Johnson, S.J. Simmens, D.L. Infeld, and F. Mullan.  Does the regulatory environment affect Nurse Practitioners’ patterns of practice or quality of care in health centers?  HSR: Health Services Research. 52(S1), 2017, 437-458.

Grantham, S. D. D.G. Goldberg, and D.L. Infeld.  Dual Eligibles’ experience of care with North Carolina’s Patient-Centered Medical Home. Population Health Management. 2017.

William C. Adams, Donna Lind Infeld, Laura F. Minicelli, and Odia Cisse.  Network Bibliometrics of Public Policy Journals, Policy Studies Journal, 2016.

 “Policy Journal Trends and Tensions: JPAM and PSJ.”  (with William C Adams, Laura F. Minnichelli, Michael W. Ruddell, and Odia B. Cisse).   Policy Studies Journal, 42(S1), 2014.

“Using the Internet for Gerontology Education: Assessing and Improving Wikipedia.” (with William C. Adams). Educational Gerontology, 39(10), 2013.  

“Wikipedia as a Teaching Tool for Policy Analysis.” (with William C. Adams). Journal of Public Affairs Education. 19(3), 2013.

“Statistical Software for Curriculum and Careers.” (with Adams, W. C. and C. Wulff).   Journal of Public Affairs Education. 19(1), 2013.

PhD, Social Policy, Brandeis University
BS, Psychology, Portland State University